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COLUMBIA 

UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE 

OF 

PHYSICIANS 

AND 

SURGEONS 

CLASS 

OF 

1989 








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FACULTY OF 

THE COLLEGE 

OF PHYSICIANS 

AND SURGEONS 



President 

of 

Columbia 

University 



Michael I. Sovern, 
L.L.B., L.L.E). 





Vice President for Health 

Sciences and 

Dean of the Faculty of 

Medicine 



Herbert Pardes, M.D 




Associate Dean 
for Student Affairs 



Linda D. Lewis, M.D 



Chairman, Committee on 

Admissions 



Andrew G. Franz, M.D. 




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Alumni Professor and 

Senior Deputy Vice President 

for Health Sciences 

Donald F. Tapley, M.D. 





Associate Dean for 
Student and 
Curricular Affairs 

Lester M. Geller, M.D 



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Biochemistry and Molecular Biophysics 



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Dr. Alvin Krasna, Chairman 





Dr. Isidore Edelman 



Dr. Parithychery Srinivasan 



Anatomy and Cell Biology 



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Dr. Samuel Rosner 




Dr. Michael Gershon, Chairman 





Dr. Letty Salentijn-Moss 



Dr. Melvin Moss 




Dr. Eladio Nunez 



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Dr. Philip Brandt 





Dr. Ann- Judith Silverman 



Dr. John Bergman 




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Dr. Richard Ambron 



Dr. Tuan Due Pham 



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Microbiology 




Dr. Hamish Young 





Dr. Bernard Erlanger 





Dr. Benvenuto Pernis 




Dr. Paul Ellner 



Dr. Elvin Kabat 



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Physiology and Cellular Biophysics 







Dr. Samuel Silverstein, Chairman 





Dr. Martin Blank 




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Dr. David Schachter 



Dr. Mero Nocenti 



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Neural Sciences 





Dr. Irving Kupferman 



Dr. Eric Kandel 



Tropical Medicine 




Dr. Dickson Despommier 




Dr. Philip D'Alesandro 



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Pathology 




Dr. Jay Lefkowitch 




Dr. Vivette D'Agati 




Dr. James Powers 




Mildred Schemesh 




Dr. Karl Perzin 



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Pharmacology 



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Dr. Joseph Graziano 







Dr. Andrew Wit 




Dr. Brian Hoffman, Chairman 




Dr. Norman Kahn 



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Medicine 




Dr. John Lindenbaum 




Dr. Carmen Ortiz-Neu 




Dr. John Bilezikian 








Dr. Herbert Chase 




Dr. Harold Neu 



Dr. Ronald Drusin 



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Dr. Juan Oliver 



Dr. Gerald Appel 



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Surgery 





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Dr. Kenneth Forde 



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Dr. Frank Gump 



Dr. Michael Treat 





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Dr. Collin Weber 



Dr. Alison Estabrook 





Dr. Alfred Markowitz 



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Neurology 





Dr. Carolyn Britton 






Dr. Lewis Rowland, Chairman 



Dr. James Miller 



Dr. Thomas Tatemichi 




Dr. Daniel Sciarra 



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Neurosurgery 



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Dr. Peter Carmel 





Dr. Donald Quest 



Dr. Kalmon Post 



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Anesthesiology 




Dr. Allen Hyman 



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Dr. Edward Miller, Chairman 



Dermatology 





Dr. Robert Walther 



Dr. Leonard Harber, Chairman 



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Obstetrics and Gynecology 




Dr. Mortimer Rosen, Chairman 



Dr. Daniel Smith 








Dr. Elynne Margulis 



Dr. John Koulos 



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Pediatrics 




Dr. Stephen Arpadi 




Dr. Fred Bomback 





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Dr. Eric Marcus, Psychiatry 





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Dr. John Austin, Radiology 



Dr. Sadek Hilal, Radiology 



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Dr. Maxwell Abramson, 
Otolaryngology 



Dr. Carl Olsson, Urology 





Dr. Harold Dick, Orthopedics 



Dr. Howard Kiernan, 
Orthopedics 



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Hendrik H. Bendixen, M.D. 



The Admissions Office 





The Dean's Office 



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The Dean's Office 





Margaret Haynes, Ed.D. 



Marcia Stark 



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Dr. John Fenoglio 



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Cardiomyopathy. How many of us, hearing that word, immediately 
hear "cah-dio-myah-puthy" and think of Dr John Fenoglio. The 
starched white coat and shoe polish black hair and moustache, the 
twinkle in the eye at some professorial mischief, and that Boston 
drenched erudition with which we'll always hear cardiopathologic ter- 
minology. We all first heard him in lecture and were at least pleased 
with the clarity of his explanations, if not impressed with the fact that he 
was one of the pioneers of the diagnostic endomyocardial biopsy. In 
fact, many of the topics he lectured on were first defined and elucidated 
by him. For those fortunate enough to have had him as a lab instructor 
the lessons were greater. He demonstrated that a top specialist did not 
mean being a narrowly defined, lab-bound researcher, but rather a 
broad minded thinker who could bring understanding of all of medi- 
cine, as well as the experience of a well-lived life, to bear on the partic- 
ular problem at hand. 

And of course we have to think of the openness and clarity of his time at 
the medical center after his diagnosis with aids. John Fenoglio was not 
a man to sit at home and withdraw into the gloom of potentially terminal 
illness. He embodied the concept of a person "living with AIDS." He 
continued to teach, to supervise a lab, to work with his residents, to 
carry out his duties as Vice-Chairman of the Department of Pathology, 
to research and publish. And there were other things that few of us 
knew about until after he died. In recent years, he had founded and di- 
rected the first permanent medical facility on Fire Island and continued 
working with the volunteer fire department whenever he could. 
Cahdiomy ahputhy . Hear that word and be reminded of a dignified man , 
a great teacher, a malicious — though charming — wit, and a meticu- 
lous dresser, who liked to wear red suspenders and chase after fire en- 
gines on the weekend. It is with these thoughts we dedicate this book to 
Dr. John J. Fenoglio, Jr. 



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To the Class of 1989 

As you complete years of study and training at P&S, years which 
have been strenuous, challenging and exciting, we congratulate you on 
this high achievement. We have prepared you well, if we have taught 
you to expect and to welcome change — and to keep up with progress 
and acquire new knowledge, as current knowledge becomes obsolete. 
During your years at P&S, you have sensed how much greater is the 
public's expectation of a physician for high professional standards and 
personal lifestyle. I hope that you have found role models among the 
faculty, models which will help you in preserving those constants, 
which are at the core of professional life, while adjusting to the de- 
mands of the future. As you face the array of challenges, from new dis- 
eases, new genetics to limited resources, you will resort to a confirma- 
tion of the central role of humanistic values in a physician's relation 
with the individual patient, as well as society at large. The relationship 
with the patient begins and ends with the physician's offer of compas- 
sion and respect. I wish you well. 

Henrik H. Bendixen, M.D. 



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COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 1989 





Anne H. Armstrong 




William D. Adams 



Natalie M. Ayars 





Christopher J. Baker 



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COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 1989 





Matthew N. Bartels 
Elizabeth A. Baker Michael T. Bashford 




Adam L. Basner 



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COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 1989 





Emily J. Blake 




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Sidney T. Bogardus 



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COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 1989 





Anne Bridges 




Richard E. Braunstein 



David F.M. Brown 



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COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 1989 




Kwame G. Bauhin 





Adrienne R. Buffaloe 



Lorriane M. Buck 





Paul G. Burns 



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COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 1989 




Penina Burnstein 





Margo J. Carrancejie 



C. Tien-bao Chao 




Ronald M. Chase 



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COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 1989 





Janet Chen 



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Andrew Cukier 




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COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 1989 





Francisco A. DeLara 





Samuel R. Denmeade 



Tanya A. Dedyo 



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Thomas A. Doyle 



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COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 1989 




Bernadette A. Dwyer 





Jeffrey D. Edelman 





Ellen S. Flanzman 



Jay D. Falk 



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COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 1989 





Matthew Fleishman 




John A. Fox 





Vic Garabedian 



Daniel Garza 



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COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 1989 




Marjorie S. Gies 




Martha J. Glenn 



Michael K. Gilson 











Lisa M. Goldfarb 



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CLASS OF 1989 






Andrew H. Goldstein 








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Lawrence J. Gordon 



Gunnar K. Gouras 



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COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 1989 




Joy S. Graham 





Seth Harrison 



Joseph P. Hasapes 




David R. Haseley 



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COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 1989 





Judith Hellman 



Ryutaro Hirose 




Mark K. Hirschhorn 





Douglas S. Holsclaw III 



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COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 1989 




Craig A. Hoover 





Charles Huang 



Lawrence Huang 




Paul P. Huang 



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COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 1989 




Andrew J. Infosino 





Linda C. Jackson 



Eric R. Jamrich 






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CLASS OF 1989 




Jeffrey S. Kaplan 





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CLASS OF 1989 




Ware G. Kuschner 





Jeffrey L. Lautin 



Cecilia A. Larson 





Charles A. Lawson 



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CLASS OF 1989 




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Stacey M. Lin wood 


John J. Lopez 



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CLASS OF 1989 






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Susan K. Lovich 



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Bernhard C. Meyer 




Robert S. Miller 



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CLASS OF 1989 




Robert A. Negron 



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Joseph G. Presto, Jr. 



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CLASS OF 1989 






Steven G. Proshan 



John F. Raymond 




David S. Rho 





Joanne M. Richards 



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CLASS OF 1989 





Anne E. Roberge 




Jose Rodriguez 



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Matthew J. Schnellbaecher 



Paul J. Sharek 




Babak Sheik 



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COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 1989 




Hiroshi Shibutani 




Scott Shin 








Susan Seigel 




David Skaggs 



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CLASS OF 1989 




Angela Smith 





Robert C. Smith 



Randall W. Smith 





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CLASS OF 1989 





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CLASS OF 1989 







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Wayne G. Villanueva 






Francis J. Wapner 



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CLASS OF 1989 





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CLASS OF 1989 




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CLASS OF 1989 




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Andrew T. Dailey 

Rajiv D. Desai 

Seth Harrison 

Robert J. Luby 

Paul Maddon 

Michael P. Murphy 

Jeffrey C. Paccione 

Susan C. Vaughan 



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THE HIPPOCRATIC 
OATH 

"You do solemnly swear, by whatever each of you holds 
most sacred. 

That you will be loyal to the Profession of Medicine and 
just and generous to its members. 

That you will lead your lives and practice your art in up- 
rightness and honor, 

That into whatsoever house you enter, it shall be for the 
good of the sick to the utmost of your power, your holding 
yourselves far aloof from wrong, from corruption, from 
tempting of others to vice. 

That you will exercise your art solely for the cure of your 
patients and will give no drug, perform no operations, for a 
criminal purpose, even if solicited, far less suggest it that 
whatsoever you shall see or hear of the lives of your patients 
which is not fitting to be spoken, you will keep inviolably 
secret. 

These things you do swear. Let each of you bow the head 
in sign of acquiescence. 

And now, if you will be true to this, your oath, may pros- 
perity and good repute be ever yours; the opposite, if you 
shall prove yourself forsworn." 



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Psychiatry 




Orthopedic Surgery 



Internal Medicine 




Obstetrics & 
Gynecology 






Neurology 



Emergency Medicine 




Neurosurgery 



LTH SCIENCES CENTE! 




Radiology 




Pediatrics 




SURGERY 





FAMILY PRACTICE 



ANESTHESIA 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Dr. Wendy E. Zimmer 

& the class of '89 

Love 

Judson, Alexandra, Gregg 

Mom & Dad 

You do us Proud!!! 



CONGRATULATIONS 

DR. JOSEPH PHILIP HASAPES 

Papou, Mom, Dad, MaryAnna, Elizabeth, 
George and Joanne 

Congratulations and Best Wishes 

to the Class of 1989 

from the 

Department of Orthopedic Surgery 



4015 Broadway 

New York, N.Y. 10032 




(212)928-1234 



Washington Heights 
Restaurant Tap Room 



Congratulations 
to Class of 1989 



BEST WISHES 
FROM THE 



COLUMBIA 

HEALTH SCIENCES 

LIBRARY STAFF 



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With every good wish for your future success of happiness 



The Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology 



To The Class of 1989: 

Congratulations! May all your tomorrows be 
joyous and fulfilling, and to Matthew: 
With deep Love and pride, always. 

Lenore & Morris Fleishman, 
and Leslie 



Compliments of 
THE PRESBYTERIAN HAIR STYLING SALON 

Hrs: Mon-Fri 8-5 

Sat 9-3 

No appt. necessary 



Joseph Prestipino, manager 

Presb. Hosp. — 1st floor, Rm. 133 

Tel. 212-305-2898 



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Best Wishes for Success 



to the 1989 Graduating Class 

of the College of Physicians and Surgeons 

of Columbia University 



MetPath Inc. 
a Corning Clinical Laboratory 



CONGRATULATIONS 

TO THE 

CLASS OF 1989 

DEPARTMENT OF 
NEUROLOGICAL SURGERY 



THE FACULTY 

OF THE 

DEPARTMENT OF MEDICAL EDUCATION 

AND 

THE ATTENDING STAFF 

OF 
OVERLOOK HOSPITAL 

CONGRATULATES THE CLASS OF 1989 

"SEE YOU NEXT YEAR!" 



Overlook 
Hospital 





Summit, NJ 07901 
201/522-2085 



A Major teaching affiliate Columbia University 
College of Physicians and Surgeons 



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CONGRATULATIONS 

to the Class of 1989 

BEST WISHES 

FOR THE 

FUTURE 

from the 

DEPARTMENT OF 

SURGERY 



R. Peter Altman, MD 
Alan Benvenisty, MD 
Joseph A. Buda, MD 
Alison Estabrook, MD 
Peter L. Geller, MD 
Mark A. Hardy, MD 
Norman E. Hugo, MD 
Sven J. Kister, MD 
James R. Malm, MD 
Eric A. Rose, MD 
John Schullinger, MD 
Charles Stolar, MD 
George Todd, MD 



David Carberry, MD 
Carl R. Feind, MD 
Frank E. Gump, MD 
Thomas C. King, MD 
Thomas J. Kirby, MD 
Peter Liebert, MD 
Alfred M. Markowitz, MD 
John B. Price, Jr, MD 
Craig R. Smith, MD 
Francis Symonds, MD 
Collin J. Weber, MD 
Philip D. Wiedel, MD 
Bashir Zikria, MD 



Fredsrick O. Bowman, MD 
Kenneth Forde, MD 
David V. Habif, Sr, MD 
Leif O. Holgersen, MD 
Alfred Jaretzki, III, MD 
Paul LoGerfo, MD 
Roman Nowygrod, MD 
Ronald Ollstein. MD 
Keith Reemtsma, MD 
Henry M. Spotnitz, MD 
Paul Starker, MD 
Michael R. Treat, MD 



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CONGRATULATIONS 

AND 

BEST WISHES 

FOR A SUCCESSFUL CAREER 

DEPARTMENT OF 
RADIOLOGY 



Best Wishes 

for Success and Happiness 

in your Future Careers 

Columbia University 

Affiliation Office 

HARLEM HOSPITAL 

CENTER 



St. Luke's-Roosevelt 

Hospital Center 

Congratulates 

the Class of 1989, 

thanks them for their efforts 

in support of patient care at the 

Hospital Center, and wishes 

the Class 

the best in the future. 



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CONGRATULATIONS 

TO THE 

CLASS OF 1989 

OUR BEST WISHES FOR 

YOUR FUTURE 

HAPPINESS 

AND CONTINUED 

SUCCESS 



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FROM THE 
DEPARTMENTS OF: 
ANATOMY AND CELL BIOLOGY 
BIOCHEMISTRY AND 

MOLECULAR BIOPHYSICS 
GENETICS AND DEVELOPMENT 
MICROBIOLOGY 
PATHOLOGY 
PHARMACOLOGY 
PHYSIOLOGY AND CELLULAR 

BIOPHYSICS 



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CONGRATULATIONS 

to the 

* CLASS OF 1989 * 

from the 

DEPARTMENT OF 

PSYCHIATRY 



CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES TO 

THE CLASS OF 1989 

DEPARTMENT OF ANESTHESIOLOGY 



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Congratulations to the Class of 1989 




We at the Columbia Medical Center Bookstore extend our congratulations to 

the members of the Class of 1989. We hope that our books have helped 

you to build a firm foundation for your careers and look forward to 

accommodating your future educational needs. 

The Columbia University Medical Center Bookstore 

Medical Center 650 West 168th St., New York, N.Y. 10032 Tel. (212) 305-4044 

A Service of Barnes & Noble 



Best Wishes From 

The Department 

of Pediatrics 



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Congratulations from the Members 
of the Department of Medicine 



Congratulations to 
the Class of 1989 




4020 Broadway 

Corner of 169th St., New York 

Telephone: 923-0700 



Office Catering 
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CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES 

TO 

THE CLASS OF 1989 

FROM 

DEPARTMENT OF DERMATOLOGY 



With Best Compliments: 

From: DEPT. OF UROLOGY 

Columbia University 



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THE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION 

OF THE 

COLLEGE 

OF 

PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 

EXTENDS CONGRATULATIONS 

AND A 

WARM WELCOME 

TO OUR NEWEST 

MEMBERS 

THE CLASS 

OF 

1989 



St. LukeVRoosevelt 
Hospital Center 

Congratulates the 

Class of 1989, 

thanks them for their efforts 

in support of patient care at the 

Hospital Center, and wishes 

the Class 

the best in the future. 

ST. LUKES/ROOSEVELT 

Hospital Center 



CONGRATULATIONS 

TO THE 

CLASS OF 1989 

THE DEPARTMENT 

OF 

REHABILITATION MEDICINE 



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Columbia Center Coffee 

Shop, Restaurant 

and Deli 

Fine foods and Groceries 

Congratulations 
Class of 1989 

83 Haven Ave. 
927-3300 
927-3301 



The Haven Coffee Shop 

Pizza and Deli Restaurant 

228 Fort Washington Ave. & 169th Street 

New York, N.Y. 10032 

Tel. 927-6685 

And 
Reme's Restaurant 

4021 Broadway and 169th Street 

New York, N.Y. 10032 

Tel. 923-5452 

The Management and the Personnel of these fine 

Restaurants Extend Our Congratulations and Best 

Wishes to All our Dear Friends of P & S Class of 1989 

of Columbia University for a Successful Career and 

Brilliant Future! 



The Staff of the 
HEALTH SCIENCES HOUSING 

OFFICE 

Extends Their Congratulations 

To 
THE CLASS OF '89 



CONGRATULATIONS TO THE 
CLASS OF 1989 

ROCHE PHARMACEUTICALS 



Congratulations to our Son 

MARK KRAMER HIRSCHHORN 

Your dedication to medicine and your compassion for mankind will be your strength as you continue in the pursuit of your life 
long dream. 

On the way, there will be times you are physically exhausted and emotionally drained. Should your resolve waiver and the 
brightness of your dream diminish, let the determination of the distinguished Doctors who have trained you and those Doctors 
who will continue to teach you, renew your resolve. Always hold fast to the memory of the joy you have seen in the hearts 
and on the faces of the men, women and children helped at Columbia Presbyterian and let this memory brighten your dream. 

We are very proud of you! 

Love, 

Mother and Dad 



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WE'RE NEW YORK'S OWN 




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With Our Compliments 
and Best Wishes to 

The Class of 1989 



ChemicalBaink 



Daisy Velez, AVP 

1146 St. Nicholas Avenue 

New York, New York 10032 

Cornelius Royal, AT 

Columbia Presbyterian Hospital 

622 West 168th Street 

New York, New York 10032 Member FDIC 



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CONGRATULATIONS 

from the 

VICE PRESIDENT FOR 

HEALTH 

SCIENCES, 

DEAN AND FACULTY 

of the 

COLLEGE OF 

PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 



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Cheers and Best Wishes 

to the 

Class of 1989 



Department of Neurology 



THE DIVISION OF 
TROPICAL MEDICINE 

Your consultant for parasitic 
diseases 



CONGRATULATIONS 
TO THE CLASS OF 1989 

Sidney A. Sass Associates, Inc. 

administrators of the 

P&S Alumni Association 

TERM LIFE INSURANCE PLAN 
DISABILITY INCOME PLAN 

200 MADISON AVENUE, NEW YORK NY 10016 

(212) 696-4780 



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Congratulations 
Linda C. Jackson 

You Are Loved 
Your Family 



BENEFACTORS OF THE CLASS OF 1989 



Tom and Jean Burns, Jr. 

Mrs. & Mrs. Charles E. Dailey 

John & Miriam Dedyo 

Dr. Leo J. Dunn and Mrs. Betty B. Dunn 

Herman and Barbara Gollob 

Rodney H. Lawson and Ann M. Lawson 

Norman E. Lee and Josephine P. Lee 

Patrick and Peggy Luby 

Mr. & Mrs. Joel Markowitz 

Jacqueline L. McDowell 

Mr. & Mrs. John McGrory 

Mr. & Mrs. Albert Shaek 

Mr. & Mrs. James L. Skaggs 

Joan Sterling 

Dan & Eleanor B . Wapner 



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